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I have a "brand new" (in the box) canvas boat cover that fits a Lund 1775 Pro-V. I got it directly from Lund with the purchase of my boat in 1998 and I don't need it. On the box it says "Lund 1775 Pro-V Dual SC Tiller".

I have a 1775 Pro-V tiller boat and I am not positive if this same cover fits the ones with the side consoles or not. If the windshields on the side console easily detach, it should fit perfectly.

I believe this is a custom fit cover for the 1775's.

These are very durable waterproof covers.

Asking $150.00 or Best Offer

If interested please reply for contact info

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I'm interested. I have a 1775 Pro-V (not tiller) with single right hand side console. Just would need to verify proper fit. Where you located?

Thank you.

Roger (cell 612-619-5127)

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Hey Bruce,

I am sorry that I did not get back to you. If the other party is interested, let them have it. I just have been busy.

Sorry again.

Brent

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Bruce,

Just confirming I am still interested! But I have no way to contact you other than thru this forum.

Call me please.

Thanks.

Roger (612-619-5127)

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I have a 1775 Tiller. I am interested. If yo still have give me a call. 218-280-4087

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RLM,

Thanks for responding to my ad for the boat cover.

Sikasoman is suppose to pick it up from me early next week, but if anything falls through with him I will certainly let you know right away.

Thanks for the interest

Bruceye

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Bruceye,

A friend of mine lives in Plymouth and has offered to come to your house and pick it up for me. He and I have plans to get together on Tuesday. He expects to be able to come Monday night. I have given him your home address.

Hope to talk to you Monday to make arrangements.

Thanks.

Sikasoman

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